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The Great Lakes Reader Edited by Walter Havighurst (1966)

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The Great Lakes Reader Edited by Walter Havighurst (1966)

Editor: Walter Havighurst
Publisher: The Macmillan Company
Copyright: 1966
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 421
Condition: Good Plus
Jacket Condition: Fair
Genres: Michigan History

Blue cloth boards with gilt text on spine. Some fading to edges and wear to top spine extreme. Yellow top stain. Endpapers have a map of the Great Lakes. Interior pages are quite clean and in good condition.
Dustjacket has some wear and tear around the edges. Some scratches and discoloration. There is some residue from where a label once was on the front.
 
"Extending into the heart of North America, the Great Lakes have for three hundred and fifty years been waterways of exploration, travel, immigration, and commerce. The history of these years is told in this volume in the firsthand narratives of the people who witnessed these scenes and the episodes in the shaping of this great inland maritime empire from its beginnings. Selecting the most dramatic and revealing of these stories, diaries, journals, and letters, Walter Havighurst, who has long loved the region, has woven them together with a running commentary that unites the whole exciting story."
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